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[texts]Tratado da educaçaõ fysica dos meninos, : para uso da naçaõ portugueza - Mello Franco, Francisco de, 1757-1823
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Keywords: CPJCB; Physical education for children; Imprint 1790
Downloads: 225
[texts]Aviso ao povo ou summario dos preceitos mais importantes, concernentes à creação das crianças, ás differentes profissões e officios, aos alimentos e bebidas, ao ar, ao exercicio, ao somno, aos vestidos, á intemperança, á limpeza, ao contagio, ás paixões, ás evacuações regulares, &c., que se devem observar para prevenir as enfermidades, conservar a saude, e prolongar a vida. - Paiva, Manoel Joaquim Henriques de, 1752-1829
88 p. ;15 cm. (8vo) "One of the foremost doctors of his time, Paiva was exiled from Portugal in 1809 and took up residence in Bahia, where he was affiliated with the medical-surgical college. In addition to his own prolific contributions to medical literature, he was responsible for introducing, popularizing, and translating the theories of his European contemporaries among Brazilians." (Book dealer's note in bib...
Keywords: CPJCB; Children; Health education; Imprint 1787
Downloads: 148
[texts]Cuffy the negro's doggrel description of the progress of sugar - unknown
Publication date from watermark on leaf 5
Keywords: Children's poetry; Slavery; Slavery; Sugar trade; Booksellers' catalogs; Imprint 1823
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[texts]Cannonading of the French Fleet in Newport, R.I., 1778. (Volume 1) - Almy, Mary, 1735-1808.
Manuscript ; [15] leaves, sewn ; 26 cm. Journal dated: Newport, September 2nd, 1778. Mrs. Mary Almy's account, for her husband Captain Benjamin Almy, of the cannonading of the French Fleet led by Comte De Estaing in Newport, R.I., commencing July 29, ending August 24, 1778. Newport was occupied by the British Army from fall 1776 until October 1779. Inscribed on verso of last page: "Sukey for your life take care of this and let no eyes peruse it but your and Mrs...
Keywords: France. Marine. -- Rhode Island -- 1778; Rhode Island, Battle of, R.I., 1778; Women and war -- Rhode Island -- 1778; Children and war -- Rhode Island -- 1778; Civilians in war -- Rhode Island -- 1778; American loyalists -- Rhode Island; Newport (R.I.) -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783; Newport (R.I.) -- History -- Siege, 1778; United States. -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- French participation; United States. -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives; Howe, Richard Howe, Earl, 1726-1799; Estaing, Charles Henri, Comte d', 1729-1794; Almy, Benjamin, 1724-1818; Lark (Frigate); Juno (Frigate); Orpheus (Frigate); Cerberus (Frigate); Women authors
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